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The wavelength of an X-ray is 1 nano meter, or 10-9 m. X-rays travel at the speed of light, which is 3 X 108 meters per second. The frequency of a wave (cycles per second) is equal to the speed of...

mercury is 5.791 x 10^11. Earth is 1.496 x 10^10. Speed of light is 3.0 x 10^

Measurements show that Europe and Africa are separating from the Americas at a rate of about 1 inch per year. The continents are presently about 4000 meters apart. Assuming that the rate has remained...

Sirius is 9 light years from the Earth. One light year = 5.88 • 102 miles. How far, in miles, is Sirius?

How do you write there are 33,400,000,000,000,000,000,000 in 1 gram of water in scientific notation?

I'm really not sure how to do this, especially with the (in 1 gram of water part)

How do you write there are 33,400,000,000,000,000,000,000 in 1 gram of water in scientific notation?

I'm really not sure how to do this, especially with the (in 1 gram of water part)

Dime Thickness = 0.135 cm Dollar Thickness = 1.0992 x 10^-2 cm

express in scientific notation

I need help with a sciene question on using sceintific notation

How many ballons, each containing 6.02 × 1023 particles of helium gas, can be filled from a tank that contains 1.204 × 1025 helium particles?

The density of a liquid is 8.03 × 10-1 kilogram per liter. What is the mass (in kg) of liquid in a full 100,000 liter tank?

We are to use the extended metric map to make the necessary conversion for the challenge problem.

(2.24x10-3) * (5.464x104) / (1.0 *102) —(0.200) Hi, whats confusing me is how do I subtract the 0.200 from the scientific notation.

0.0000347*10^-5

a computer can perform 502 million calculations per second. How many calculations can it perform per minute

A light year is 5.87*1012 miles. The Andromeda Galaxy is 1.3*1019 miles distant from Earth. How many light years distant is the Earth from the Andromeda Galaxy?

2.06 x 10^-6

in Scientific notation can the 10 be to the power of zero? For example 6*10^0.

A particle is observed moving at 4.44 × 10-3 meters per second. Find the distance the particle would travel in 1.71 × 10-5 seconds.

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